Iowa Gov. Signs Bill Limiting Concentration in Hemp-Derived CBD, THC Products

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) last week signed a bill imposing THC caps on intoxicating hemp products and other industry reforms, the Times-Republican reports. The law, which takes effect July 1, limits THC content to 4 milligrams per serving and 10 milligrams per container. 

In an interview with the Times-Republican, Tyler Underberg, the owner of Pure Releaf, said the measure will ban every single THC product the business sells. He added that the majority of his customers are between 50- and 95-years-old and use CBD products, which are also limited under the law, for “relief from pain, anxiety, for sleep.” Underberg noted that he had already removed THC products from his shelves.  

“No one sells CBD single servings,” he said in the report. “For a tincture, you don’t buy a dropper full. [The container limit] will make all products on the market obsolete.”

Josh Brown, manager of Marshall Tobacco and Vape Outlet, told the Times-Republican that the law will take all but two hemp products from his shelves.

“I don’t understand why we’re going backwards. I have people come in here with cancer, broken bones, people who have all kinds of different,

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